Answered By: Paul Landers
Last Updated: Nov 15, 2022     Views: 2730

The purpose of Browzine (preferred) or GoldRush is to search for the journal which published your article as the first step to locating the article. After locating the journal, continue your article search within the journal in the following order:

  • Year > Month > Volume > Issue > Pages > Article

Helpful hints:

  • The most common mistake is searching Browzine or GoldRush for the article title instead of the journal title.
  • Don't confuse unrelated journals with similar titles. For example:
    • Infectious Diseases  and  Journal of Infectious Diseases are unrelated publications.
    • Cellular & Molecular Biology  and  Molecular & Cellular Biology are unrelated publications
  • You can reduce your need to use Browzine or Goldrush by installing Libkey Nomad.

See also:  What's the difference between Browzine and GoldRush?

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